My name is María Losada. I am 27 years old and with a BS degree in Biology at University of Santiago de Compostela (Galicia, Spain). During my degree, I have done an annual internship at the Cell Biology and Ecology Department from Biology School at the same university, in which I have collaborated with the Plant Evolutive Ecology project "Color polymorphism and geographical variation in interactions and phenotypic selection. The case of Gentiana lutea in the Cantabrian Mountains" as lab as field assitant. Recently, I have done a minor thesis within the cited project, focused in animal-plant interactions, such as pollinators and herbivores that may be interacting with plant species Gentiana lutea L., and with the purpose to have access to a PhD program within the Biodiversity and Conservation area. Currently, I am doing my project of MSc in Biodiversity and Biology Conservation, in the Universidad Pablo de Olavide (Spain) in colaboration with the EBD (Estación Biológica de Doñana)-CSIC.